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2005:The Year in Funding

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By Jen Crebs and Meredith Salisbury

 

Remember the funding glory days? You know, back when the NIH budget increased 15 percent or more each year? These days, budgets are tighter than ever. In a survey by Genome Technology this September, 76 percent of readers said grant funding is harder to come by now than it was five or 10 years ago.

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